The India water industry has been facing many challenges in the recent times because of the water pollution levels, which is on a continuous rise.
Online PR News – 04-May-2013 – New Delhi – New Delhi, 3rd May, 2013: Water, is an important and essential resource that we use in our day to day life. Water is used in all fields and every activity that we do. It is used for drinking, bathing, washing, manufacturing of products and many other places. In short there is no field where water is not used. This is the reason that water is known as the elixir of life. Talking about India, it has many sources of water like surface water, rivers and lakes, springs, dams, bore wells, etc., which can cater to the water needs of the public. There is also a growing need of water due to the rise in population too. It thus becomes essential to use the resource carefully and maintain the water sources well.
The India water industry has been facing many challenges in the recent times because of the water pollution levels, which is on a continuous rise. The India water news revealed that India is among the worst countries in terms of the lack of usable water. This is due to the lack of adequate rainfall and water being a perennial resource it affects the water holding capacity in the reservoirs and dams which are the main source of ground water. Due to the excess use of water to cater to the burgeoning population, the number of ground water wells is on the increase and the depth of the water resource in many places exceeds even 1000 meters below the ground level. Many areas of water resources are being polluted due to the chemicals and toxins from various industries besides the untreated wastewater from the households directly flowing to the water bodies.
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Indiawaterreview.in also provides various informative resources on India water business, pollution control, water treatment, desalination and various other topics of interest, which is always updated in the interest of water conservation. In the agricultural front water harvesting methods, drip irrigation systems, crop rotation, etc. are discussed on this portal for reference of the mass as a whole.
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